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>>> governor jerry brown is promoting california to the world's largest emerging market on the trade mission from china. we will get an update from john myers from shanghai. >>> the state continues fighting to regain control of its beleaguered prison after losing another round in court. >>> lawmakers are moving forward to reduce gun violence. >>> plus, sacramento basketball fans jump through more hoops to keep from the kings from leaving town. >>> and the exploratorium coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson of kqed news. welcome to "this week in northern california." governor brown is continuing the trade mission in china this weekend. he signed agreements between trade between china than california and help one of the polluting nations to improve air quality. he signed for a major development near jack london square. he promoted high speed rail. today, the governor presided over the reopening of california's trade and investment office in shanghai after ten years of it being closed. i spoke with john myer
>>> two of california's leading industries have plenty at stake at immigration reform works its way through congress. >> the only way america loses is to do nothing. >> federal investigators call for stronger oversight of chevron in light of last year's massive fire at richmond refinery. >>> governor jerry brown weighs the costs of overhauling the california environmental quality act. >>> and john myers reports on the governor's hopes of partnering with china in the fight against climate change. >> it is not just commerce that is moving through china to the west, it is air pollution and greenhouse gasses. >> coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson. welcome to "this week in northern california." the manhunt is over for a suspect accused of the attack on the boston marathon. police have arrested dzhokhar tsarnaev in a boston suburb. meanwhile, a boy from contra costa county is recovering from the bombing. a family of aaron hearn said he could be released from the hospital soon. >>> there is plenty to discuss. joining us
will increase between china and california. >> john, what does china have that california wants and vice versa? >> what china has is it has money to invest. obviously this is a country that is a world power and fared better in the economic downturns than most countries around the world. there is a large growing middle class in china that has money. if you are jerry brown, you want it in two forms. you want large money for the deal we talked about in oakland and you want consumerism. you want them to buy california products. >> he is good on staying on message and staying away from politicking and pomp and ceremony. how has he dealt with that among chinese delegates? >> he has done well with the pomp and circumstance. that is not a jerry brown strong suit. he disdains the trappings of office, usually. he seems to have enjoyed himself having a meeting with the premier of china in mid week. of course, all of the other officials he talked to. as far as issues that maybe others think he should be talking to here and most notably, issues on human rights issues or cyber security or piracy of entertai
>> welcome, everyone, to this launch of the public service announcement on behalf of the california grand jury's association. i'd like to thank all of you for being here today. being in the presence of such a political [speaker not understood], reminds me of a story a good friend of mine told me about meeting president george h.w. bush. he was in washington meeting with willard e. mills in arkansas at the time mr. mills was the chair of the house ways and means committee, probably one of the most powerful and influential people in washington. upon being introduced to the president, my friend was struck speechless. he just was stammering and stuttering. at which point the president put his hand on his shoulder and said, it's okay, dan, i always get nervous around him, too. [laughter] >> it's a special honor for me to be here today. i'd like to introduce our special guest, lieutenant government gavin newsome. it (applause) at the thank you. >> also represent state mark malone's office tom ammiano. (applause) * >> all will return momentarily, i'm sure. paul henderson, representing mayo
to student test scores. >> i think california is bucking that trend by designing an assessment system that doesn't make it possible to evaluate teachers in a serious rigorous way. >> some of the critics say that the tests will move us away from evaluating teachers better. >> i disagree, it will have equal or better ability to evaluate too muchers and to be able to help the teachers know what the students need. >> he is short on the details but contends that the tests would provide a deeper understanding of what the teacher knows and how they are teaching it. >> the testing may be more able to judge teacher effectiveness. to that degree, it could be a positive thing. >> now, pilot testing of the new exam is rolling out across the bay area this spring. i want to talk about financial aid now. a lot of high school students are making college plans and how the pay is at the the top of the list. many do not know that there's plenty of money in financial aid. millions dollars in fact out there that is going untapped even by the students who need it the most. >>> at aspire east palo alto, a h
a few words about the california grand jurors association. it's an all volunteer group, 501(c) (3) dedicated to promoting the participation in the grand jury system, qualifies applicants to be grand jurors, bidthv awareness so we have consumers of the grand jury's product, report. at this point i'd like to turn it over for some lengthy introductions. >> thank you. thank you, keith. welcome, everybody. we're glad to see so many friendly faces. as president of the chapter in san francisco now for 3-1/2 years and have been really proud of our board who has done so much great work. when i call your name, if you could just stand and say hi. leslie, vice president, and she has been very instrumental in publishing the gazette which i believe that you have picked up. if you haven't, over here by the entrance, there are copies for you to see. the gazette summarizes the previous jury's work as well as explains what the jury is all about. and how you can apply to be a juror. and this is our fourth issue. so, thank you for your hard work. julian hansen is secretary and she's my right arm, my
[captioning made possible by california farm bureau federation] >> coming up on "california country" the face of andy boy produce. yes, there really is an andy boy. >> who is this? >> yep. it's me. >> oh. >> then she's getting her goat, but that's a good thing for this talented farmer. >> you see how comfortable the baby is? you can't carry the big one. >> then as the weather heats up, it's time to get gardening and our expert has the tips to get you started. >> think of the best salsa you've ever had. it was the fresh cilantro, wasn't it? >> it's all ahead and it starts now. take a walk through your average produce aisle these days and there are more choices than ever, but one farm has very eye-catching marketing strategy to entice you. and it all has to do with the bright picture of a little boy named andy. but have you ever stopped to wonder, who is this andy boy guy anyway? >> andy boy's my father, andy d'arrigo, he's the face on the label and a lot of people ask, is there an andy boy and i say, yes, there is. >> who is this? >> yep. it's me. >> oh. ha ha. you see, when f
themselves. this is--i've never seen anything like this in california and i know that you wanted us here early this morning while the sun was hittin' it just perfectly because it really just pops out at you when you see it. >> that's correct, and this area right here is along highway 14. many people come see it as they come through here. it's the postcard of red rock canyon state park. many commercials and films had been shot here because it's unique. it's always an ongoing story, and many more places to see throughout the park. >> yeah, i know. this is just-- we've just barely even gotten into the park. this is what you can see just drivin' down highway 14. this is a huge park. we're gonna be spendin' the whole day here. we're startin' off in front of what you call the postcard, and a beautiful postcard it is. let's take a look at it right here because this is where we're gonna be spendin' the day, right here at this beautiful park, red rock canyon state park, which is definitely one of "california's golden parks." ron, we may never get into the park because the red cliffs natural prese
not been able to get a comment. >>> heading to california, the man police say shot a bay area rapper on the vegas strip will be extradited this month from los angeles to nevada. 27-year-old amare harris, a several described pimp is accused of the shooting on february 27 of kepeth cherry. >>> new evidence tonight in the murder of washington, d.c. intern shand a levy. the man convicted of killing her are asking for a new trial. the tape's existence was reported in 2001, but police reported they weren't relevant. the defense says the tapes undermine a key witness' testimony. her body was found in a park in 2002, one year after she disappeared. >>> secretary of state john kerry arrived in south korea, the world bracing for a possible missile launch by north korea. it's friday morning in asia. his goal is to reassure allies in the south and in japan and to encourage china to encrease pressure on the north to drop its military threat. richard engel has more from seoul. >> reporter: patriotic celebrations in pyongyang today. and more heated rhetoric. north korea saying all it has to do now
states. those of you who live in southern california are used to a phenomenon called the santa ana winds. when you take into account dry conditions, we're in the part of the year when those winds start to change directions, we do have the opportunity for significant fire events throughout the california area. so, with that, what i'd like to do is kind of focus our discussion on 3 major areas.. command and control, relationships and resources. with that, let me start off with the first question, we got a lot of discussion yesterday about command and control. i just wanted to give an opportunity for our panelists to talk about when a fire occurs within california and what is the system that you respond on in california and who is in charge of that fire and what happens when those fires grow into multiple fires as we've seen in 2003 and 2007 and how do you manage multiple fires and get the resources to the right place and organize that not only at the fire but the operations centers that support that? so if i could look down my panelists and maybe, ray, if you want to take a shot at that
, the number of jobs fracking adds to the state of california alone, but environmentalists like yrk oko ono and daryl hannah are so vocal about the alleged dangers of drills as democrats in congress warm up to the idea, and todd wildman says if the president wants a boost to the economy, make drilling a priority. he's joined by simon, todd, take it. >> it's important for the economy to grow in the energy sec foras a main mover of the economy, and this is a wonderful thing. we have natural resources that we can tap safely because we've been fracking since the early 50s, and then we have a huge proven reserve to put people to work, half a million people work in the next three years. you'd have up to 2.5 million people working in 2020, massive amounts of tax revenue, billions of dollars flowing into the state coffers that need it really bad here in california, and it's a win-win-win. realize that even lisa jackson, the former epa administrator, says there's no proven case where fracking affects ground water. liz: simon, what do you think of that? >> i think the economic benefits are real, and
's health care plan and stockton, california became the largest city in the nation to go bankrupt. could your town be next? >> as they have ratcheted up their bellicose, dangerous rhetoric and some of the abbings they've taken the last few weeks, present a real and clear danger and threat to the interests, certainly, of our allies. >> paul: welcome to "the journal editorial report," i'm paul gigot, that was secretary hagel on the war-like rhetoric and actions of north korea. those comments were made before the north korean army announced it was authorized to attack the united states. >> we will cope with the u.s. nuclear threat with a merciless nuclear attack and face the infiltration with a justified war. this is our military and people's unchangeable stance. the u.s. and followers should clearly know that everything is different in the era of respected kim jong-un. >> paul: those really are fighting words, but how serious a threat is it? let's ask wall street journal columnist and deputy editor dan henninging, matt comiskey and kim strassel. are we on the brink of war or it's a bluff?
. and that's all because of powerball. it's starting tomorrow. it's snowing powerballs. california lottery ads urge people to believe in this, as the state becomes the 43rd to play powerball starting monday. powerball has given away six of the ten largest jackpots in the u.s. some lottery players are excited. >> it's going to bring people into the state to buy the tickets, because it's such a big jackpot. >> reporter: at the california tobacco center, the machine is in place. it will be activated to take your picks monday at 6 a.m. richard mahan of the california lottery says powerball is a win- win for the state. >> it's going to generate tens of millions of new money for education in california. not only that, it's going to help the economics of california. we have over 21,000 retailers that are selling lottery products. it's going to mean great sales for california. >> reporter: with powerball, the jackpot gets larger faster, but you also pay more. california's current mega millions games cost $1 a ticket. it's $2 a ticket for powerball. the jackpot starts at $40 million and grows $10
the first five commission to the california state association of counties, which i am the rep to. so, i urge your support. thank you. and support for the amendment and as amended as well. >> colleagues, supervisor mar has made a motion to amend his resolution. can i have a second to that? seconded by supervisor campos. and if we can take that motion amended without objection, that should be the case. and on the underlying resolution as amended, madam clerk, can you call the roll? >> supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed? breed aye. supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar? mar aye. supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. supervisor yee? yee aye. there are 11 ayes. >> the resolution is adopted as amended. madam clerk, could you go to our imperative agenda and do we have any items today? >> we do, mr. president. we have 2013 as the year of the child in san francisco. >> we have a founding as well as the brown act finding -- >> mr. president, mr. pre
counsel pursuant to california government code section 54956.9 (a) and san francisco administrative code section 67.10(d). >> good afternoon, ms. heal. >> good afternoon. >> so, werbach, barbara hale he assistant manager. we're back to talk about the items you identified for us at the joint puc/lafco meeting, meeting before last for you. ~ and that was two primary tasks. first, to develop a robust outline of the build out of our clean power s.f. program, including the mix of resources, the investment and funding levels, the sources of those funds, the greenhouse gas impacts, and the local jobs impacts. our new director that was introduced to you at our last meeting will make that presentation, kim malcolm. but before she launches into that, i want to advise you of two other issues. the second piece of -- to do from our prior meetings was a comparison of our proposed program with other programs operationally proposed in california and across the nation. we're still doing some more homework on the -- on that comparison and we'll provide it to you in written form so that we can discuss it a
are getting the most attention. >>> also? >> i don't think anybody really knows what california really looked like. what you see now is not what california was like. >> yeah, what did it look like around here before people, before we all got in the way? one man is trying to figure that out and turn back the clock right here in the heart of silicon valley. >>> plus, will it get much worse? the new prediction for this year's allergy season. >>> and good afternoon, i'm jeff fournier in the nbc bay area, walnut creek, 72, oakland, maybe the a's game? clouds, increasing temperatures in the 50s, back with rain in just moments and when that arrives. >>> new details on the growing tension in the korean peninsula, the u.s. air power is said to be at the ready after north korea threatened to power up a nuclear power plant which closed in 2007. u.s. officials believe it is more of a taunt than a general threat, since north korea blew up the cooling tower to prove that the plant was closing. the president met with the foreign minister to express the growing concern about the increasing tone. >> what kim
, the cold front that is about to hit us up here means hot dry winds in state of california. that fact is no stranger to people here on the panel. it doesn't take much to fan hot, dry vegetation that has been soaking in that hot sun. when i say soaking, it means it gets the moisture level so low where it's kindling in the forest. you have more people moving in, more vegetation growing, it's a recipe for nature trying to do its thing and people in the way. so with this, it takes a lot of support whether we're talking about the fire lines, behind the fire lines or been above the fire lines to provide that support. it takes a whole mix of people whether it's the department of defense and even fema having roles to play in that. bob fenton, the assistant chief of fema, used to be the division chief in division 9. he is no stranger to this area, born and raised here, this is his home and so he does have a care and an interest in this community and beyond. and so with that it is hard to fill being his replacement at the regional level because not only to fill his shoes all the great work
in the nation and the largest in california with over 7,000 uniformed employees. we also have the largest aerial fire fighting nreed in the world. so typically when a large disaster type fire occurs, we are usually rendering aid, not asking for aid. so when we get into a situation when we get to that level, what we call mega fires is the new term we're using, we're reach a certain draw down level or certain criteria, we reach out to our military coordinators, hence our agreement with the third nraet and the one map locally in san francisco under ir cal fire prides itself on a statistic that we contain 97 percent of all wild fires in california with 10 acres or less and we do this with an aggressive report of incidents, even with a 911 call of smoepk with land, air and ground attack. once fires become to a large enough scale we call mue tour aid, california lass a great mue tour aid system. i think it's looked at nationally because we have souch excellent cooperation with our cooperating agencies. once it reaches that point, the team will come in and assist the local jurisdiction to run that
. >> powerball arrived in california, it will almost certainly help education but by how much? >> blast. really good year. >> cal women back home after yesterday's ncaa playoff loss, hear how they are staying positive tonight. >>> california lottery players can now play a game they have been waiting for for a long time, powerball. >> there it goes. california lottery began selling at 6:00 a.m. this morning. it promises bigger jackpots. tickets are sold in 43 states. so the odds of winning 1-175 million. and the price is $2 a ticket. sunnyville's mayor is taking part in it. >> if enough money generated we could take the burden off the state and help local communities with the school system that would be a big plus. >> the first power ball drawing involving california will be wednesday. the prize is $60 million. >> as the mayor mentioned with powerball in california there is hope of renewed interest. ktvu's ken pritchett reports live from oakland the boost to schools is relatively small, right? >> reporter: yeah. you seen these all over the place.
over again. and how is this for a headline? california as a comeback state. yes, that's in today's new york times and that so-called comeback is all because of the liberal left. so, are the democrats really the savior of the formally golden state as paul krugman says they are? we'll discuss that at the top of the coming hour. monday morning, new quarter, 7 early movers, and noticed the dow has turned positive and we're now up 5 points. so much for death watch for blackberry, a surprise profit in the fourth quarter. the share is down a fraction this morning. the video game retailer, game stop, warned of weak sales this year. profits better than expected and put the stock up a little bit. fda approves a new diabetes drug from j & j moving higher, only just though. that's it. a pay day for shareholders, at&t will buy back some shares, it's up just a little. and cisco's board increased the company's quarterly dividend 21% as it's reached $21 a share, a bit after door stopper. and standard & poor's raised rating on whirlpool, that's charles payne's stock, by the way, but it's down just a li
goal, not have the turn sticking out. >>> millions of california yans are expected to -- almost 3 million lowe and middle income california yans will be eligible for tax yet dids. 30% write, 5% black and latinos. >>> with the new 49ers stadium going up this golf course may have to come down. >>> back here in ten minutes. did you notice the warm-up today. it's going to be warmer tomorrow. back here in ten minutes with the details. >> someone trying to pass one of these off lead to an arrest. >>> with the blue angels grounded, this is the only game in town. >>> we first told you about the tuberculocis scare at a bay area high school. tonight on ktvu news channel 6. at kaiser permanente, your medical information is a to you and your doctors. quickly. securely. no guesswork required. better information. better care. kaiserpermanente. thrive. >>> tonight the city officiant ta claire is set to discuss the building of a shopping center. christian captain
votes on postponed questions will be talken later. for what purpose does the gentleman from california seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, i move that the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 1162 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 1162, a bill to amenled title 31, united states code, to make improvements in the government accountability office. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from california, mr. issa, and the gentleman from maryland, mr. cummings, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from california. mr. issa: thank you, mr. speaker. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days within which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on the bill under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. so ordered. mr. issa: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. issa: mr. speaker, as you know, the government accountability office is a l
like industry in california helping to fund raise to help women and men facing unplanned pregnancies. another story of julia. sheet is in a sensitive and ms. quiet. i and his boisterous. in high school she talks about how she loved this one teacher and in class the teacher was talking about feminism and how abortion was a great thing and she said what? i always knew it was wrong i cannot believe my favorite teacher was telling it was right to so she got involved in the pro life movement in high school and started our students for life and came to intern with us she talks about how she stands in front of the abortion facility every day and has created her own brochure with their own personal cellphone number and talks to women going into the center. we have amazing pictures of her holding babies that she has personally saved in front of an abortion facility. added know how many of you come to this with a preconception of the pro-life movement she is not the old crusty may and shouting at women but a very small, soft-spoken beautiful young girl who is praying and offering help. she dri
on california once again attacking the boy scouts. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. we will have the latest on president obama's new budget proposal which is pretty scary in a moment. first, the talking points memo. have illegal drugs harmed your family? according to the u.s. department of health, more than 38,000 people died from drug overdoses in the u.s.a. in 2010, the last statistics available. the department of health also says about 22 million americans, ages 12 or older need treatment for substance abuse in this country. 22 million. yet, many on the left are demanding softer drug laws. they don't believe that selling hard narcotics causes enough damage to be classified as a violent crime. that in itself is hard to believe. another radical left position diswugs like cocaine meth opiates kill people. lots of people. the pushers who sell them are partially responsible for those deaths. that is violence is, it not? yet, a bunch of celebrities like cammeron disease, jamie foxx, carey, will
and actually just started this past weekend happened, happens every year in japantown, the northern california cherry blossom festival. this is the 46th anian cherry blossom festival. and this weekend the festival will be on both saturday and sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in japantown located primarily at polk street where it crosses webster. so, i hope you will join me. but also the parade will be this sunday. it starts at city hall at 1:00 p.m. and it concludes in japantown at approximately 3:00 p.m. it's an incredible parade and it's really festive. and the cherry blossom festival is one of california's prominent celebrations of asian tradition. each year, over 200,000 people from all over the bay area come to enjoy the color and grace of the japanese culture and diversity of the japanese american community. japantown in san francisco is the second-largest japantown in the country and, so, i'm really happy that we continue this festival, not just a one day celebration, but two day celebration of the history and culture. so, this weekend join us. it should be a great time, and the rest
if there is no benefit? >> the answer has to do with california's fire safety regulations. >> it turns out california is the only state in the country that has a fire safety bureau. the only two places that develop standards are california and the federal government, the consumer-product safety commission and usually, california develops standards first and then they can be adopted by the federal government. >> so california sets the standard, essentially, for all furniture made or sold in the u.s. in california, that standard is called technical bulletin 1-1-7. it requires couch cushions to resist small flames for 12 seconds. but arlene says the standard is flawed. >> if you drop a candle on your couch, the fabric will burn first, and when the fabric burns it will be a large flame, and the foam will burn in maybe 2 or 3 seconds. and when foam burns in the presence of flame retardants, it smoke, carbon monoxides and other toxic gases. and makes fire more dangerous. >> i asked arlene blum to demonstrate where those toxic chemicals hole up. >> explain for me please, where are the flame retardants hidin
about 5:30 a.m. this morning on eastbound 780. the california highway patrol says trie vehicles -- three vehicles were involved. it started as a collision. the driver of the truck got out of his truck and struck and killed by a car. the driver then left the scene. >>> investigators in san jose are trying to figure out why a man went on a rampage plowing through a walmart store. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose where he talked with one of the victims today. robert? >> reporter: police say investigators tried to talk to the suspect today to try to find out more about the assault that took place at this store but at this point officers are still trying to make sense of it all. >> reporter: walmart employees did their best to return to normal following the events. haamid zaid crashed into a moving car in the parking lot and then under the influence of drugs drove through the store's front entrance. >> i thought it was road rage. >> reporter: the first victim said haamid zaid rammed her car twice. she said he zoomed past her, drove over the debris, towards the walmart. >> you could see
the road. the stretch remains closed. >> a lot of relief in southern california tonight. a fire evacuation order lifted for homeowners in ventura county. the drive destroyed two homes burning 170 acres. abc 7 news reporter leo stallworth looks at 18 hours of fear. >> fire race tlud parts of fillmore yesterday damaging homes like this one. sharon says her yard was on fire and fire came within steps of her home. >> i went down street to see what is going on. and and he grabs the hose. >> the fire started yesterday afternoon in a mobile home park. the cause is still under investigation. crews raced into action on the ground and in the air and the fire burned some 170 acres. some residents were evacuated. >> damage, two structures damaged from the fire. and there is one vehicle. >> gene says he stood and watched winds pick up flames. >> how close did it get to your house? >> about five blocks away. up the street. >> this is smoke so thick. so our daughter lives up on that foot hill. and we're a little concerned. >> crews are mopping up any hot spots. >> we're calling it 100% contained at this
in markets like california, texas, arizona, florida, parts of canada. all those markets, which is the strongest right now? >> the great news is that we have strength across all of the markets. certainly we have seen just remarkable results in arizona, in phoenix. you know, it's probably dropped furtherest and parts of california are on fire. but i will tell you equally across all of the business, we are seeing really wonderful results. >> how do you describe your sales so far this year? >> first quarter this year, versus first quarter last year is up on all metrics. it's up in sales, closings, if we look at the customer contracts we have in our, what we call our order book, our backlog today, i think in the u.s. we are up 150% over first quarter last year. >> right now we see mortgage rates super low, what happens when they start going up? what impact could that have on your business? >> if mortgage rates are going up, that means the economy is improving. i don't think that we expect this ridiculous amount of change over the next couple of years. but i think we still have good,
are funded as he pushing back against critics. >> this is a cause for the children of california and a cause for our own future. >> in the wake of the boston marathon bombing, a call for more security cameras for san francisco's market street. drawing concerns for the civil liberties groups. >>> and the keystone pipeline across the center of the united states could expand in the california area. >>> and an interview with haurz dennis herrera. >> you need to know what is going on at city hall. >> coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm susan schaefer i'm scott shafer. joining me now is david baker, energy reporter. chuck nevius and jill tucker. >> the governor threw down the gauntlet this week and calling it a civil rights issue. >> the state is turning into a . those at middle and bottom are doing worse. >> jill, boil it down for us. what are the main points the governor is proposing in the plan? >> what the governor wants to do is make a complicated funding system simpler. instead of giving money to schools on old formulas and not teaching a
. >>> there is a debate going on in california about how you spend your money, and it may make it to the supreme court. sports betting and whether it should be legal here in california and the rest of the country. one lawmaker is confident that a bill that failed to get passed will soon be passed. >> reporter: it is packed here now, people are at the casino saying it will boom for business if sports betting is legal here, creating jobs and bringing cash to cities that desperately need it. march madness. >> usually like the over/under. >> reporter: world series, and of course the super bowl but he says he and his south bay friends have to drive to nevada to place their bets. >> a lot of people go to las vegas, reno, tahoe of weekend. >> reporter: californiaens are spending billions. one author of the bill would make it legal in california, providing that cashed bets are 21 and older. california would take 7 and a half% of the cut. >> in a budget like ours, you know, with $70 million, we could restore you know child care to poor women in california. i mean, you know, it is not chicken feed is all i'm sa
and even california agriculture will be part of his delegation. california wines will be playing an important role. >> when governor jerry brown makes his first trip to china, california wines will play a role in all of the dinner events planned. they have been recognized as some of the best in the world. in china they are relatively unknown. >> they know all sorts of things about california. we are the fourth largest wine producing region in the world. >> to chinese consumers, california is recognized as the home of the golden gate bridge, disneyland and movie studios. all of the industries will be a part of the governor's delegation of more than a hundred people who will be traveling to several cities in china including beijing and shanghai. and it is another chance to make furtherren roads there. >> it is a high growth market. there is an emerging middle class. they are able to afford watches and purses and other luxury items. we want to make sure california wine is part of the luxury consideration. >> many tourists discover california wines when they visit, but wine country h
and people representing tourism and hollywood studios and even california agriculture will be part of his delegation. california wines will be playing an important role. >> when governor jerry brown makes his first trip to china, california wines will play a role in all of the dinner even planned. they have been recognized as some of the best in the world. in china they are relatively unknown. >> they know all sorts of things about california. we are the fourth largest wine producing region in the world. >> to chinese consumers, california is recognized as the home of the golden gate bridge, disneyland and movie studios. all of the industries will be a part of the governor's delegation of more than a hundred people who will be traveling to several cities in china including beijing and shanghai. and it is another chance to make furtherren roads there. >> it is a high growth market. there is an emerging middle class. they are able to afford watches and purses and other luxury items. we want to make sure california wine is part of the luxury consideration. >> many tourists discover californ
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